Johnson County Wastewater is looking for qualified candidates to fill the position of Treatment Superintendent. This position oversees operations for a wastewater treatment complex located in Johnson County, Kansas. Johnson County provides excellent benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs and discounts, retirement programs, and various other discount programs. This position will work in a team and values based environment with a mission of protecting the environment, serving our customer, and enhancing our communities. The Treatment Superintendent is responsible for tasks associated with operations of the facility, including supervision, training, and development of staff. Job duties include the following:
Ensure treatment process is operating within guidelines. Provide input and guidance for treatment process adjustments with a goal of 98% compliance with discharge limits.
Execute equipment repairs and Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to properly maintain equipment availability.
Participate in hiring decisions, performance evaluations, and discipline of all staff. Ensure staff training needs are identified and addressed.
Participate in preparation for Operations and Maintenance and Capital Improvements Program budgets, along with overseeing the facilities' annual budget.
Ensure daily staffing levels are sufficient for proper response.
Compile and submit reports summarizing plant operations and maintenance status. Evaluate data and processes to identify, make recommendations, and implement various improvements.
Schedule and conduct treatment plant tours and provide customer service in response to questions and complaints.
High school diploma or equivalent is required. Five years of experience in mechanical, maintenance, or other industrial or field based work in a water or wastewater field is required along with three years of experience in a role leading, directing, or supervising the work of others. A driver's license and good driving record are also required.
An Associate's degree in Environmental Sciences or other related field is preferred. A Class IV KDHE Operator License is also preferred along with one year of experience in the operations and maintenance of a wastewater treatment or collection system.
Education can substitute for experience.
About Johnson County Wastewater
Johnson County is a local government located in northeast Kansas that was organized on September 7, 1857. We serve a diverse and expanding population through five agencies and 34 county departments. More than 3,800 public servants are dedicated to helping Johnson County remain a safe, vibrant community.